Anthropology Day Resources

Join the celebration by hosting an event in your community, school, or workplace. We have a host of resources and ideas to help you get started for your AnthroDay events.


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The following resources are a great reference point to get you started as you plan your in-person or virtual Anthropology Day events.



Careers in Anthropology Video Series

An illustration of the world with various scenes representing Anthropology

The American Anthropological Association has created a video series to showcase who we are, what we do, and how we add value to society. Join us as we explore the Captivating and Curious Careers of Anthropology. Use one of the 3 to 4-minute videos in the series as a starting point for a lesson.

Society for Visual Anthropology

The Society for Visual Anthropology (SVA) is a section of the American Anthropological Association that promotes the study of visual representation and media.

Anthropologists Go Back to School

The below presentations were made for the AAA initiative, Anthropologists Go Back to School, which aims to introduce K-12 students to the discipline of anthropology.

Sticks & Stones: A Concept of Ideology

A woman wearing glasses and head wrap sitting in front of a wood paneled wall. She is wearing a tan tank top

This presentation focuses on the introduction of the four fields of anthropology and how they all are connected to culture. The presenter, Zozo Huval, explains more in-depth the field of linguistic anthropology.


Religion and Ethics Talk

A presentation slide that reads "Religion and Ethics in Anthropology Johnathan Norris MA, Phd Student Boston University." Johnathan is captured in the upper right corner

In this Religion and Ethics Talk, Johnathan Norris introduces religious studies in anthropology and how the study of religion has in large changed to a conversation about ethics.